Ohrid Choir Festival: Archive 2011


Bucharest, Romania

Georgeta Aldea - conductor
Pavlenco Camelia - piano accompaniment

Competition Section

Title Composer Lyrics
Posle moma na voda D. Shuplevski Traditional Macedonian
Urare de dragoste / Wish of love Irina Odagescu Folk lyrics
Canco de finestra / Song at window Josep Vila Casanes Miguel Desclot
Lautareasca / Fiddler’s song Vinicius Grefiens Folk lyrics
Ma luai, luai Tudor Jarda Folk lyrics

Folk Section

Title Composer
Trecui dealu' la Baiut Constantin Arvinte
Iac-asa Simeon Nicolescu
Braul amestecat P. Vlaiculescu
Sarba pe loc Gh. Danga

The “Euterpe” Choir was founded in 1990 by teacher Georgeta Aldea. Made up of young girls, students and former students of the Pedagogical High School of Bucharest, the group comprises various professions.

The “Euterpe” Choir’s repertoire is varied, containing a wide range of universal and Romanian music. The choir has a prominent musical history. It has successfully participated in numerous national and international festivals in France (1995), Poland (1996), Austria (2000), Greece (2004 and 2009), Spain (2006) and the Czech Republic (2007).

The choir won the Bronze Medal in the International Festival of Religious Music (Preveza, Greece, 2004) and the Silver Medal in the International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music (Prague, Czech Republic, 2007).

In addition, with the occasion of 20th anniversary, the National Choral Association of Romania awarded the Diploma of Excellence for ”the exemplar way of representing the Romanian choral art in national and international competitions” to the ”Euterpe” Choir.

Georgeta Aldea graduated from the National University of Music of Bucharest with a bachelor ‘s degree in musical pedagogy and choral conducting.

Involved in music education, she published anthologies of songs for children, didactic materials and a book on “Didacic of Musical Education for primary classes.”

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